A bank wire transfer is a way to send funds electronically from one bank account to another bank account. Once you've won an auction, an invoice will be generated and emailed to you along with our bank account information: the name of our bank, our bank's address, our account number, and our ABA routing number and SWIFT code.
If this is your first time making a wire transfer, many banks will require you to visit to your local branch and prove your identity. To make a wire transfer, speak with a bank teller.
You should have the following on hand: a government issued form of ID, name of the bank you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice), the account number you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice), a Wire Transfer Authorization form (available from your bank), as well as:
Domestic Customers: ABA routing number of the bank you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice)
International Customers: SWIFT code of the bank you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice)
International Customers: Your wire transfer may be processed by several intermediary banks while on its way to us. In some cases, these banks may charge a processing fee of $20 or more (in addition to the wire transfer fee charged by your bank) which is then deducted from your wire transfer amount.
We must receive payment in full: these processing fees are your responsibility and should be taken into consideration when sending your wire transfer. After you've completed the wire transfer, please be sure to fax or email us a copy of your wire transfer receipt (provided by your bank) so we can confirm your payment.
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